This exquisite Japanese vase is a true masterpiece of the Meiji period, which took place between 1868 and 1912. Made of bronze and decorated with gilt patina and mixed metals, this vase is a rare find for any collector. The intricate design and skilled craftsmanship are evident in every detail, making it a stunning addition to any collection. The vase is adorned with intricate patterns and symbols that reflect Japanese culture and history.
The rich bronze color and antique originality add to its charm and value. Ideal for display or as a decorative piece, this Japanese vase is a must-have for any antique enthusiast. A very attractive signed Japanese mixed metal bronze vase of ovoid form, the gilt-patinated body decorated with silvered motifs of flowering chrysanthemum blossoms and leafy branches.Signed with incised character marks midway down the right side.